Meghalaya government launches Integrated Transport Project

Meghalaya government has partnered with World Bank and Union government to launch Meghalaya Integrated Transport Project to provide better transport connectivity in the state.

The state government will receive a fund of US $ 120 million to improve around 300 km of strategic road segments and stand-alone bridges by using innovative, climate resilient, and nature-based solutions. It will also support innovative solutions such as precast bridges to reduce both time and cost of construction.

There is also a scheme to connect the neighborhood of Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh via the state to boost international trade.
The project aims to provide employment as well as build infrastructure.

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